JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Oct. 2020

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No.1 - Vol.15
Flood Inundation Mapping of the Hitachi Region in the Kuji River Basin, Japan, During the October 11–13, 2019 Extreme Rain Event
Shakti P. C., Kohin Hirano, and Satoshi Iizuka
extreme rainfall, flood inundation mapping, embankment, hydrological modeling, Typhoon Hagibis
No.2 - Vol.15
Generation of Risk Information Based on Comprehensive Real-Time Analysis of Flooding and Landslide Disaster Occurrence Hazard and Social Vulnerability
Hiroaki Sano, Yuichiro Usuda, Ichiro Iwai, Hitoshi Taguchi, Ryohei Misumi, and Haruo Hayashi
real time, risk, geographic information system (GIS), flood, landslide
No.3 - Vol.15
Time Series Analysis on the Damage Report of the Northern Kyushu Heavy Rainfall in July 2017
Qinglin Cui, Makoto Hanashima, and Yuichiro Usuda
disaster response, damage report, information sharing, disaster dynamics, time series analysis
No.4 - Vol.15
Development of a Snow Load Alert System, “YukioroSignal” for Aiding Roof Snow Removal Decisions in Snowy Areas in Japan
Hiroyuki Hirashima, Tsutomu Iyobe, Katsuhisa Kawashima, and Hiroaki Sano
snow load alert, SNOWPACK model, snow water equivalent, roof snow removal, snow distribution
No.5 4 Vol.15
Flood Management in the Context of Climate and Land-Use Changes and Adaptation Within the Chao Phraya River Basin
Supattra Visessri and Chaiwat Ekkawatpanit
flood, flood management, Chao Phraya, climate change, land-use change

Count period : October 1-31, 2020

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